IFR training

Instument Flight Rules (IFR)

Having completed Instrument Flight Rules (IFR) training, you can fly under instrument flight rules even in bad weather conditions. This training is a mandatory prerequisite for those who want to become airline pilots.

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in-depth instrument knowledge

increase your flying time

step towards commercial operation

Instrument Flight Rules (IFR)?

The course trains private and commercial pilots to operate in clouds or under low visibility conditions, relying solely on instruments. Rather than visually scanning for other aircraft, pilots flying under IFR rely on ATC to prevent potential collisions, thus opening new opportunities and enhancing flight safety.

Gain in-depth instrument knowledge

You’ll study the airplane’s avionics equipment inside and out, understand how each of your aircraft’s instruments works, and learn how to react efficiently in case of instrument failure.

Increase your flying time

Flight cancellations due to adverse weather conditions are common. However, with the help of IFR, which enables you to fly through clouds, you’ll experience fewer flight cancelations. This way, you can keep working on increasing the number of flight hours in your logbook.

One more step towards commercial operation

Completion of IFR training is necessary for pilots who want to enter commercial aviation. An IFR endorsement and a pilot license are prerequisites for an MCC course and a Type Rating.

You can choose from a single-engine piston (SEP) or multi-engine piston (MEP) Instrument Rating.

BAA Training?

Full-scope pilot training, including Ab Initio and Type Rating

We often refer our students to partner airlines for employment

Admission assessments are developed in close collaboration with airlines, allowing to prepare highly qualified First Officers

We conduct training at an international airport so students get used to their future work environment early

Freedom to choose from in-class and virtual classroom theory training

Highly competent training instructors who, at the same time, work as airline Captains and First Officers

IFR program

The training consists of 194 hours of theory (only applies to those who haven't passed 13 ATPL exams at the CAA) and 53 hours of flight training.







194 (170 for PPL license holders)


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Over 18 years old


Valid EASA PPL or CPL license; 50 hours of cross-country flight as a pilot-in-command (PIC)

Physical status

Valid EASA 1st Class Medical Certificate

Theoretical preparation

ICAO level 4, passed ATP theory exams at CAA*

*If you have not finished your ATPL theory, additional 200 hours of the theory course and CAA exams have to be passed prior to the start of the practical part.

training locations!

Ground school:
Lleida-Alguaire in Spain

You will complete the theoretical part at Lleida-Alguaire Airport, the same spot where our flight school is based.

As the ground school is in close proximity to the flight school, students see the airplanes, flight instructors, maintenance team, and all the processes, which is a motivating factor for them.

The ground school is technologically-equipped to fit the evolving needs of modern learners.

Flight school:
Lleida-Alguaire in Spain

Our main flight base is in Spain, Lleida-Alguaire International Airport. It is a convenient location with developed infrastructure and a suitable climate for conducting training year-round.

You will practice on a Cessna or Tecnam type of aircraft and an FNPT II device.


(Instrument Flight Rules)

Where will the training take place?

Where will the training take place?

The training will take place at our flight base, in Lleida–Alguaire Airport in Spain.

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